Dietary Fibre: An Essential Part of a Healthy Diet Essential for good digestive health
Found mainly in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes Known to lower the risk of diabetes and heart disease
Soluble vs Insoluble Fibre Soluble Fibre Dissolves in water to form a gel-like material Reduces the absorption of cholesterol in the bloodstream Found in whole oats, peas, beans, apples, citrus fruits, carrots, barley and psyllium
Soluble vs Insoluble Fibre Insoluble Fibre Promotes the movement of material through the digestive system Increases stool bulk Found in whole-wheat flour, wheat bran, nuts and vegetables
Health Benefits of a High-Fibre Diet Helps prevent constipation Lowers the risk of digestive conditions
Helps lower blood cholesterol levels Helps control blood sugar levels Assists in weight management
Health Benefits of a High-Fibre Diet Assists in proper bowel function Helps reduce symptoms of chronic constipation, haemorrhoids and other digestive disorders Helps reduce the risk of certain types of cancer such as colon cancer Helps keep the digestive system runs smoothly, maintain a healthy weight and prevent life-threatening illnesses
Are You Getting Enough Fibre? With proper diet for average person: approximately 25-38 grams of fibre per day (or 10-13 grams per 1000 calories) At least 5-10 grams of which should be SOLUBLE fibre
Is a Bowl of Oatmeal Enough? Beta-glucan is a special type of soluble fibre that helps lower elevated blood cholesterol levels and stabilises blood sugar level
Found in whole grains like oats, oat bran and oatmeal
Recommended Daily Intake: 3 servings of whole grains daily or 10 bowls of oatmealâ€Ś or simply take 3 sachets of FibreFit!
Add FibreFit To Your Diet
100% natural, organic soluble dietary fibre from Gum Acacia â€“ a natural plant source high in soluble fibre, calcium and prebiotics Prebiotics â€“ responsible for stimulating growth and activity of beneficial bacteria within the intestinal flora
FibreFit NO added sugar, NO artificial sweetener, NO colours, NO flavours or additives High in soluble fibre, calcium and prebiotics Tasteless, odourless and does not thicken Does not change the texture or modify the taste in a variety of foods
Food Source Fibre Comparison Chart*
*Adapted from Anderson JW. Plant Fiber in Foods. 2nd ed. HCF Nutrition Research Foundation figs Inc, PO Box 22124, Lexington, KY 40522, 1990.
Food Source Fibre Comparison Chart*
*Adapted from Anderson JW. Plant Fiber in Foods. 2nd ed. HCF Nutrition Research Foundation Inc, PO Box 22124, Lexington, KY 40522, 1990.
How many sachets of FibreFit daily? Adult: 3 sachets per day (2 sachets in the morning, 1 sachet in the evening) Under 18 years of age: 2 sachets per day (1 sachet in the morning, 1 sachet in the evening)
As your body adjusts to increase fibre intake, start with 1 sachet per day, increase to 2 sachets per day after 3 days, then 3 sachets per day after one 1 week
Dissolves faster in warm liquids and is also soluble in cold water, fresh citrus juices, coffee, and milk
To fully dissolve, add 1 or 2 sachets into your drink while stirring briskly
Sprinkle on your meal to increase your fibre intake
Highly heat resistant: Suitable for pastry and confectionary. Able to be used for baking breads and cakes. It keeps its nutritional properties intact during the process and throughout its shelf life
Take Note To retain the integrity of this product, store in a cool dry place and see side of pack for expiry date If you have intestinal problems or diabetes, consult your doctor before adding a fibre supplement to your diet
Take Note Ask your doctor or a pharmacist whether a fibre supplement may interact with any medications you take Halal Certified
Dietary Fibre: An Essential Part of a Healthy Diet Essential for good digestive health Found mainly in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and...